Paris, one of the most popular destinations in Europe. Much thanks to the beautiful and classic buildings and monuments, but also for the restaurant and café culture. And what better way to experience all this than from a hotel rooftop.
Up here you can see the whole city with a bird’s eye view. Most of the hotels with rooftops here are luxurious 4-5 star hotels located in the heart of the city.
To help you find the best places for this, we’ve made a complete list to 6 great hotels with rooftops in Paris. You’ll find booking links, pics, info and much more.
The luxurious Kimpton St Honoré brings a creative flair and ultra-chic vibes to the heart of Paris, just moments away from Opera, Faubourg St Honoré and the Tuileries Gardens.
Inspired by minimalist Art Déco aesthetics and a light-hearted sense of Parisian chic, the hotel holds 123 stylish guest rooms and 26 beautifully designed suites, outfitted with bespoke toiletries, soft spa robes and specially-stocked mini bar.
Hotel ameneties includes wellness facilities with a spa, a heated indoor pool and boutique gymnasium. Guests can also enjoy complimentary bicycles, hosted social hours and morning coffee.
At the relaxed and all-day Montecito brasserie you can indulge in dishes influenced by the multicultural cuisine of America’s Pacific West Coast, complemented with craft cocktails and live music.
When spring arrives, Kimpton St Honoré Paris opens up its lush and elegant rooftop terrace, called Sequoia Rooftop Bar.
Truly an elevated garden escape, the beautiful and chic terrace comes with plenty of greenery, as well as stylish lounge sofas and dining tables.
Everywhere you look, you are surrounded with panoramic and iconic 360° views over central Paris and its famous monuments.
In an intimate and glamorous atmosphere, the rooftop bar serves a fine selection of wine and champagne, as well as crafted signature cocktails and a small array of finger food.
A romantic destination located a short walk away from the world-famous Moulin Rouge and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, the Terrass Hotel boasts an art-deco style through a full-service spa, a restaurant, a fitness center, a bar, a business center, and laundry facilities.
Each of the hotel's 92 rooms features free WiFi, LED TVs, in-room childcare, well-stocked minibars, and complimentary toiletries, premium beddings, safes, and room service.
The spa, called NUXE, offers massages, premium treatments, and access to the hotel's sauna.
Le Terrass Restaurant focuses on French cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The rooftop at Terrass" Hotel is one of the coziest and most sophisticated rooftop venues in Paris, and it is also diverse, as it is home to both Terrass" Rooftop Bar and Edmond Restaurant.
From up here, you'll enjoy magical views of the entire city and its most famous landmarks, and a relaxed and exclusive atmosphere.
Offering both indoor and outdoor seating, stylish decorations, comfortable lounge areas, and dining tables, as well as lush greenery, this intimate locale is the perfect place for a romantic night out or a quiet lunch.
Breakfast is served daily for both hotel and outside guests, as well as brunch during the weekends. The restaurant focuses heavily on traditional French cuisine, with a modern touch.
The rooftop bar is open from 3.30pm and offers a fantastic wine list and spirits from all over the world. Their best drinks, however, are the bar's signature cocktails.
Sixteen different choices crafted to perfection, using fresh and local ingredients.
While the rooftop restaurant is open for reservations, the terrace bar is not, and it works on a first-come, first-served basis, both for visitors and hotel guests alike.
A good strategy is to eat at the restaurant and move to the terrace for drinks once a spot opens. Trust us; the view is worth the wait.
Terrass Rooftop Bar is a fantastic destination during the summer, but it is also open during the winter, where both the restaurant and the bar provide covers and heaters to keep visitors warm.
A luxurious choice for those looking for comfort and convenience; The Hotel Raphael is just a few minutes away from the Champs-Elysees and the Baccarat Museum.
This boutique hotel features a restaurant, a bar, a rooftop terrace, conference rooms, a business center, a fitness center, and its own coffee shop.
Each of the hotel's 82 sound-proofed rooms features free WiFi, coffee and tea makers, complimentary bottled water, 24-hour room service, bathrobes, slippers, and premium linens.
The hotel's restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and features upscale French cuisine.
Known as La Terrasse, this beautiful rooftop terrace is open from May to September and features both a rooftop bar and a high-end restaurant.
Offering jaw-dropping views of the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-´Élysées, this venue is a fantastic choice for those looking for delicious food and stunning views.
Elegantly decorated and covered in lush greenery, the terrace is split into two areas.
The bar offers a more casual affair, decorated with yellow and white chairs and red umbrellas. Here, you'll be able to find a fantastic selection of champagne, wine, and delicious signature cocktails.
The restaurant is considerably more upscale, with stylish wicker dining furniture and fine-dining French cuisine, served by chef Francisco Merino.
Both areas are relaxed, harmonious, exclusive, and expensive, which makes La Terrasse a fantastic place for a romantic evening or an unbeatable dining experience in Paris.
Reservations for the restaurant are encouraged.
Proud recipient of the prestigious Conde Nast Top List award in 2014, The Peninsula aims to deliver a fantastic experience.
Located just a short walk away from famous landmarks like the Champs-Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe, this boutique hotel features four restaurants, 2 bars, a full-service spa, a fitness center, a swimming pool, a sauna, and a hammam.
Each of the hotel's 200 sound-proofed rooms features a plasma TV, free WiFi, iPod docks, well-stocked minibars, 24-hour room service, premium bedding, pillow menus, rainfall showerheads, bathrobes, and espresso makers.
The spa offers hot stone massages, detox wraps, body wraps, aromatherapy, and Ayurvedic treatments.
One of the restaurants, L'Oiseau Blanc, features French cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner.
L'Oiseau Blanc is a fantastic rooftop restaurant and bar that overlooks some of Paris's most famous landmarks.
This fine-dining restaurant features panoramic windows from which you can gaze at the Eiffel Tower and a seasonal menu that's considered one of the best in the city.
Luxurious, exclusive, romantic, and a food lover's paradise, L'Oiseau Blanc comes with a hefty price tag, but a night here will be a night to remember.
While L'Oiseau doesn't offer exterior sitting, Le Rooftop does.
This gorgeous cocktail bar and the rooftop garden is furnished with comfortable lounge sofas and serves premium wines, delicious champagne, and fantastic cocktails, both signature, and classic.
Overlooking Paris' rooftops and working on a first-come, first-served basis, Le Rooftop is a fantastic spot for enjoying a few drinks while watching a romantic sunset.
Within easy reach of the Eiffel Tower and Trocadéro, Brach Paris is a unique and vibrant 5-star hotel filled with warm colours and natural and raw materials.
Influences come from Africa, Asia and South America, and it feels bohemian yet luxurious.
Here you find a barber shop and a pastry shop, as well as spa, restaurant and bar.
The bright, cool and spacious rooms and suites include high quality sound system, tailor-made toiletries, high quality bedding, a dressing room and an elegant desk.
Brach holds a heated and covered terrace, where you can enjoy a menu with the flavors of Asia, as well as fresh-squeezed juices and festive cocktails.
Exotic and beautiful, the terrace is however only on the second floor, and for the real rooftop-experience, you need to book one of the suites at the hotel.
The six suites holds terraces from 60-140 sqm, with Norwegian wood hot tub, comfy furniture, as well as amazing skyline views. A more amazing private rooftop setting in Paris is har to find.
There is also a rooftop Kitchen Garden available to all guests, with hen house and a 360° view of the Paris skyline. Up here, aromatic herbs, fruits and vegetables are grown, and it is really a taste of the countryside.
Mama Shelter Paris East isn't the most centric hotel in Paris, but it's undoubtedly one of the most peaceful.
Located about 3 km (1.9 mi) from Canal Saint-Martin, and 1.5 km (0.9 mi) from the Grand Boulevards, this beautiful hotel is a fantastic choice for those looking to visit Paris without necessarily submerging themselves in the city.
Each of the hotel's 172 room has unique decorations, and feature flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, complimentary toiletries, premium beddings, well-stocked minibars, and a large desk.
The hotel boasts a restaurant, a rooftop bar, a rooftop terrace, a business center, laundry services, and more.
A casual and relaxing location, Mama Shelter's terrace doesn't give you stunning views over the city, but a feeling of privacy and exclusivity.
The food is straightforward and homely –the entire rooftop area could be described with those words– offering traditional French cuisine made with fresh, premium ingredients but without pretentiousness.
The rooftop is furnished with dining tables, hammocks, lounge areas, and even a ping-pong table, making it a fantastic choice for spending a few hours winding down after a busy day.
The drink menu includes classic spirits, wines, beer, and champagne, but the bar specializes in their house cocktails, all made with fresh seasonal fruits and premium spirits.
Despite not being in the heart of Paris, both the restaurant and the bar are popular, so reservations well in advance are encouraged.
If you're visiting, make sure to try their desserts. You're going to love them!
Located just a short walk away from the Grands Boulevards and Les Halles, the Hotel National is an excellent choice for those looking for a centric place to relax in.
The hotel features a restaurant, a health club, a bar/lounge, a meeting room, and conference areas; the health-club offers yoga classes, aerobics, and Pilates classes.
Each of the hotel's 66 rooms includes espresso makers, complimentary bottled water, designer toiletries, and premium bedddings. Buffett breakfast is available daily.
A new addition to Paris skyline, yet one with a solid reputation, National on the Top is a fantastic rooftop lounge known for its hip atmosphere and exotic drinks.
Up here, you can enjoy an excellent wine menu, a variety of beers, world spirits, and delicious signature cocktails, all while enjoying panoramic 360 views of Paris.
Open on weekdays from 5.00pm to 12.00am, and on weekends from 3.00pm to 12.00am, this is an ideal place to visit after a day exploring the city.
Quite small, so reservations are recommended before a visit to the rooftop terrace.
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